Tuesday, December 20, 2011
From the Republic:
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — A Middle Tennessee couple has started a website to connect families who want to adopt with vendors who can help them raise money for the endeavor.
Troy and Amber Lucht of Murfreesboro said they decided to create the site after adopting an Ethiopian boy three years ago. Shortly after bringing him home, they decided to adopt again but needed to raise money for all the expenses and thought about other families who needed help financially with the process.
Troy, who is an Internet developer, came up with the idea to create http://www.olivetreepromise.com as a way to help other families raise enough money to adopt, according to The Daily News Journal (http://on.dnj.com/tCY3rg). The site connects families to vendors who are interested in helping.
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